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CSU’s Warner College of Natural Resources, in collaboration with the College of Business, is offering a master’s degree in tourism management.
The nine-month program seeks any who wish to have a background in tourism with even deeper backgrounds in business management and natural resource conservation.
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“We are unique with our focus on the nature based tourism which has a lot of demand after talking to people in the industry,” course designer Allan Bright said.